The International School of Brussels (ISB) is a dynamic, inclusive learning organization committed to developing independent learners and international citizens. The school is a vibrant community in which students, teachers, staff and parents work together towards the achievement of our mission and goals.
The substitute nurse provides health support to the students on campus during the school day, and to other adults on the site on a subsidiary basis when one of our two resident nurses is unavailable for work.
Care to anyone who becomes ill or injured at ISB throughout the school day:
- Properly assess the nature of illness or injury and take appropriate action,
- Provide medication as indicated,
- Communicate with parents and teachers as needed.
Maintain medical records for all students:
- Coordinate handling of permission with parents and follow-up with teachers,
- Assist with producing a monthly census of visits to the Health Office,
- Maintain a confidential list of students with medical concerns,
Help maintain adequate supplies of any medication needed in the Health Office at all times:
- House medication for students as indicated by parents for specific conditions,
- Maintain up-to-date permission forms for administration of medication as needed,
- Prepare First Aid Kits for school trips schoolwide.
- Registered nurse with current licence
- A valid work permit if needed
- FA/CPR/AED Instructor qualifications
- Proficiency in English, other languages an asset
- Computer skills
- Flexibility and team-player with a can-do attitude
- Comfortable with children aged 2 ½ to 19
Instructions for application
If you see yourself in this interesting occasional role, please apply by sending your application letter and résumé . Interviews will be conducted at the earliest opportunity.
The International School of Brussels is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, religion or marital status.
ISB has established a rigorous vetting process and code of conduct for all employees with regard to child protection.